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centrosome protein;FSD1;microtubule;vertebrate;zebrafish;stem cell

Primary Cilia Regulate Hematopoietic Stem Cell Specification in Zebrafish[Apr 25, 2019]

Researchers in Hematopoietic and Cardiovascular Development Group led by Prof. LIU Feng from Institute of Zoology, in collaboration with researchers from National Center of Biomedical Analysis, have identified that a centrosome protein FSD1 anchors microtubule (MT) asters. FSD1 knockdown causes defective ciliogenesis and affects embryonic development in vertebrates.

Belt and Road Initiative;BRI;regional biodiversity;environmental impacts;infrastructure;planning strategies;minimize

Scientist Proposes to Minimize Environmental Impacts in Belt and Road Initiative Regions[Apr 24, 2019]

Dr. Alice Hughes of Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) conducted a study to identify possible areas of impact and probable effects on conservation values to facilitate adaptive planning and to mitigate, minimize, or avoid impacts.

climate change;human influence;anthropogenic

Human Influence on Climate Change Traced back to 19th Century[Apr 25, 2019]

Scientists from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, in collaboration with leading experts on climate research from the UK and Germany, found that human influence on climate change can be traced back to the late 19th century based on summer-winter temperature difference.

Calotropis gigantea;domestication;genetic diversity;gene flow;microsatellites;population bottleneck

Researchers Reveal A Moderate Genetic Diversity, Substantial Genetic Differentiation, and High Gene Flow in Calotropis gigantea[Apr 24, 2019]

To identify the genetic diversity and population structure of C. gigantea, Md. Rabiul Islam, a PhD candidate from Wuhan Botanical Garden conducted an investigation under the supervision of Prof. WANG Qingfeng and Associate Prof. CHEN Lingyun.

soil;fungi;soil type

How Soil Types Affect Fungal nirK-Containing Communities?[Apr 25, 2019]

Researchers from the Institute of Subtropical Agriculture investigated the abundance and composition of fungal nirK-containing denitrifiers across different climate zones in China, including quaternary red clay soils (QRC), alluvial soils (AS), and black soils (BS).

non-centrosymmetric;nonlinear optical material;second-harmonic generation

Novel Niobium Oxyiodate Sulfate Designed as Potential Nonlinear Optical Crystal[Apr 23, 2019]

A research group led by Prof. WU Xintao from Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter designed and synthesized a novel niobium oxyiodate sulfate as potential nonlinear optic crystal. This study solved the problem that sulfates are soluble in water and deliquescent easily.

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